restricted access   Volume 32, Number 3, September 2008

Table of Contents

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Guest Editor: Bestie van der Westhuizen

Editors’ Introduction

pp. v-vi

Guest Editor’s Introduction Cluster: Children’s Literature in South Africa

pp. vii-viii

Cross-Cultural Misreadings: MacCann and Maddy’s Apartheid and Racism Revisited

pp. 237-259

Why Are South Africans Afraid of Tokoloshes?

pp. 260-270

Little Books for Little Hands: A Stories Across Africa Project

pp. 271-287

Retelling 9/11: How Picture Books Re-Envision National Crises

pp. 288-303

Uncovering the Child in Timothy Treadwell’s Feral Tale

pp. 304-323

“Are we cannibals, let me ask?: Or are we faithful friends?”: Food, Interspecies Cannibalism, and the Limits of Utopia in L. Frank Baum’s Oz Books

pp. 324-343

“from brain all the way to heart”: The 2008 Lion and the Unicorn Award for Excellence in North American Poetry

pp. 344-356

Book Reviews

The Outside Child: In and Out of the Book (review)

pp. 357-360

Beyond Window Dressing? Canadian Children’s Fantasy at the Millennium (review)

pp. 360-363

Once Upon a Time in a Different World: Issues and Ideas in African American Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 364-370

Shakespeare and Childhood (review)

pp. 370-375

The Company They Keep: C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien as Writers in Community (review)

pp. 375-377

Tove Jansson Rediscovered (review)

pp. 377-382


Contents (Volume 32)

pp. 385-388